Noisey teamed up with ASAP Rocky to create a five part documentary about Rocky’s life, and today part one was released. “SVDDXNLY” chronicles the ascension of one of raps brightest young stars, A$AP Rocky. From home videos and interviews with friends and family, to the very first seminal moments of his career caught on tape,…
As promised, here’s the fitting visuals for the new track “Hella Hoes”. Yes, there are hella hoes in this video. It still doesn’t make this song listenable.
Lykke Li’s new album dropping on May 6 I Never Learn was premiered on Beats Music today, and one of the standout cuts that everybody was waiting for is ‘No Rest For The Wicked’ featuring ASAP Rocky. Give the track a stream below.
PeeWee Longway’s ‘Servin Lean’ has been a lowkey hit down in the Southern part of the United States, and today a remix was released featuring ASAP Rocky. This will appear on DJ Lil Keem’s Smokers Choice 2 mixtape dropping on 4/20. DOWNLOAD: PeeWee Longway – Servin Lean (Remix) (Ft. ASAP Rocky)
ASAP Rocky came out during ASAP Ferg’s set at Coachella last night, and he debuted a new song tentatively titled ‘Multiply’. Featuring some disses to Been Trill, we can suspect this will live on the forthcoming ASAP Mob album.
Continuing his series of mashing songs from his Vicious Lies & Dangerous Rumors album, Big Boi takes his track ‘Lines’ featuring ASAP Rocky & Phantogram and matches it with A-Ha’s ‘Take On Me’.
ASAP Rocky revealed that he was going to release an instrumental project last year, and today, the first leak from the Beauty And The Beast: Slowed Down Sessions Chapter 1 project was released. Watch the video for his Baauer assisted track ‘Riot Rave’ above. He also released the audio for another track titled ‘Unicorn’ below.
The good people over OneThrone gives us a stream of one of the Target bonus tracks from ScHoolboy Q’s debut album, Oxymoron. ‘CALIFORNICATION’ features ASAP Rocky, and sounds like it would of been one of the better cuts on the album had it been officially featured on it.
Okay, let’s just go right to the important part. J. Cole opened the song with a verse which featured him responding to Kendrick’s ‘Control’ verse, and man that was a heater. Shit, all three rappers did their things, and you already know what JT can do.